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For reference, Google operates the Google Display Network (comprising partner websites and some Google properties like YouTube), DoubleClick online ad serving products and the DoubleClick Ad Exchange, and Invite Media. Note: Because Google uses DoubleClick and Invite technology, cookies placed by Google for behavioral advertising, including the opt-out cookie, will appear as DoubleClick and Invite cookies.
For more information on how Facebook ads work, and to control the types of adverts shown to you, visit their website here. If you'd prefer that Facebook didn't use information based on your activity on the Surety Bonds and Guarantees Ltd website for the purpose of showing you more relevant ads, you can opt-out by accessing your Facebook settings.
You can learn how Linkedin uses information from sites or apps that use their services by visiting their website. If you'd prefer that Linkedin didn't use information based on your activity on the website for the purpose of showing you more relevant ads, you can opt-out by accessing your Linkedin advertising preferences.
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